This North African jewel is only a three-hour flight from the UK, but it's worlds away in terms of culture. Spend days weaving through centuries-old souks. By night, head to Marrakech's rooftop bars to sip iced mint lemonade. Head to the wild and untamed Atlas mountains to see waterfalls. Or surf in the Atlantic alongside perfect beaches near Agadir.
For an active holiday in Morocco, take a morning yoga class, catch the Atlantic surf in the afternoon, and practice your golf on one of the five golf courses.  
For an adults-only holiday in Morocco, immerse yourself in the rich and varied culture, the incredible landscapes and delectable local cuisine. 
For a family holiday, kids will love the bustle of Morocco’s souks, spotting wildlife in Massa Lagoon, and exploring Agadir's magical fortress.
For a luxury Morocco holiday, soak up the city's ambience from a rooftop cafe, chill out in lemon-scented botanical gardens, and enjoy a relaxing massage in one of the many local hammams.
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From an early morning yoga class overlooking the surf in Agadir, to getting into the Atlantic waves, there are plenty of ways for you to break a sweat in Morocco’s Robinson Hotel. Golfers can practice their swing at one of the five golf courses.

Agadir enjoys more than 310 days of sunshine a year. You can ride horses along the sand, beat your partner at beach volleyball, or simply splash around in the pool to cool off.

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Located in the buzzing downtown of Marrakech, Sensimar Morocco offer wonderful holidays for adults who want peaceful child-free surroundings. Just five minutes’ walk away from the main square of Jemaa el-Fna, historic Sensimar Medina Gardens has a stunning 200-year-old

Moroccan tower. Sample freshly-cooked Moroccan tagines at one of the two restaurants, which also serve a range of delicious international dishes. This stunning, recently refurbished hotel has many luxurious features, including two pools and a relaxing spa.

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Staying in a Platinum collection, all-inclusive Riu hotel is the perfect place from which to experience Morocco. It’s just a 15-minute shuttle ride from the old town, with its markets and cafés. Every Riu hotel offers a unique experience, but all are known for their top-class service. 

The varied restaurants offer a mixture of tempting local and international cuisines. Organise day trips to the Atlas mountains or head to the busy souks. Expect traditional features, such as wood inlay and warm terracotta colours throughout the hotel, as well as a fabulous swimming pool.

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Sweeping along the coastline for more than nine kilometres, the beach at Agadir is home to exceptional watersports, horse-riding and yoga retreats. Try driving a 4x4 into the desert, or head into the city for colourful spice bazaars and beautiful minarets.



Built in the 12th century, Marrakech is steeped in culture, with tasty street food, tranquil botanical gardens and winding souks. In the main square you’ll find an alluring mixture of history, tradition and nightlife, with everything from snake charmers to theatre performers.


When To Visit Morocco

Summers in Morocco are extremely hot. Temperatures in Marrakech edge towards 40°C in July and August. The heat in spring and autumn is more manageable, with temperatures in the mid-20s. In winter, rain showers are infrequent and temperatures remain in the low 20s.

Unmissable Moroccan Day Trips

Most visitors head to Morocco and are content with a long weekend in the bustling, orange-hued city of Marrakech...

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